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Liam's fate also becomes entwined with idealistic police detective Neil Beckett (Noel Clarke) and his partner Grace Connelly (Charlie Murphy), who intend to eradicate corruption from the force.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Apr 9 (ANI): Former president Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said that idealistic heroism cannot lead India and the country needs leaders who can help meet the ever-rising expectations and aspirations of its people.
We are well aware that the current government has several Pollyannas who play the glad game of having highly idealistic views on the dilemmas the country faces in various sectors.
The solo painting exhibition Idealistic Pictures will open at Apocalypse Gallery in Nicosia on Thursday.
Should a woman share her relationship vision or not?I think it's unfair of your girlfriends to react to your vision like that, unless it's unhealthily idealistic.
Happiness is not an "idealistic or theoretical" goal, said Uhoud Khalfan Al Roumi, Minister of State for Happiness and Quality of Life at the Global Dialogue for Happiness Forum.
Idealistic projections begin when the call to self-actualize becomes stronger and deeper, usually starting right before or during midlife.
True democrats are idealistic and remain so in spite of changing times.
According to recent Gallup research, the millennial generation can be described as unattached, connected, unconstrained and idealistic.
A few months out of college, I had applied to volunteer in the village because I believed in its idealistic mission.
While many a book approaches this similar topic with more of an idealistic viewpoint, the goal of Pat LaDoucer, a licensed psychotherapist, is to explore how dreams translate into goals and then reality, and she offers specific tools that can be used to foster such changes.
In the first episode, set in 1985, Woods is just beginning her career in the Met Police as an idealistic law enforcer.